7th Saskatchewan Legislature
The 7th Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan was elected in the Saskatchewan general election held in June 1929. The assembly sat from September 4, 1929, to May 25, 1934. The Liberal Party led by James Garfield Gardiner attempted to form a minority government but were defeated by a motion of no confidence. The Conservative Party led by James Thomas Milton Anderson then formed a coalition government with the support of the Progressive Party and independent members. The Liberals led by Gardiner formed the official opposition.
Members of the Assembly
The following members were elected to the assembly in 1929:
- Election held July 16, 1929
- Election held August 12, 1929
|Conservative Party of Saskatchewan||24|
| Coalition Majority
By-elections were held to replace members for various reasons:
|Electoral district||Member elected||Party||Election date||Reason|
|Lumsden||James Fraser Bryant||Conservative||September 30, 1929||JF Bryant ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Moose Jaw City||John Alexander Merkley||Conservative||September 30, 1929||JA Merkley ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Regina City||Murdoch Alexander MacPherson||Conservative||September 30, 1929||MA MacPherson ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Saskatoon City||Howard McConnell||Conservative||September 30, 1929||H McConnell ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|James Thomas Milton Anderson||September 30, 1929||JTM Anderson ran for reelection after forming a coalition government|
|Moosomin||Frederick Dennis Munroe||Conservative||October 7, 1929||FD Munroe ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Tisdale||Walter Clutterbuck Buckle||Conservative||October 7, 1929||WC Buckle ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Yorkton||Alan Carl Stewart||Independent||October 7, 1929||AC Stewart ran for reelection after being named to cabinet|
|Estevan||David McKnight||Conservative||December 23, 1930[nb 1]||EW Garner resigned seat|
|Estevan||Norman L. McLeod||Liberal||February 9, 1931[nb 2]||McLeod was declared elected by the assembly because ballots had been tampered with in the 1930 by-election|
|Kinistino||John Richard Parish Taylor||Liberal||May 22, 1933||C McIntosh named to cabinet as Minister of Natural Resources, ran for reelection and was subsequently defeated|
- McKnight's election was declared void on February 9, 1931, after an appeal
- The Court of Appeal found that the election was void and the seat was declared vacant on November 7, 1932
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